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Condo Market In Baltimore, MD

If you’re looking for a Baltimore condo, you’ve come to the right place. Welcome to CondoDomain Baltimore, your online destination for everything condos in the in the city of Baltimore.
When you are looking for a Baltimore condo, the last thing you are looking for is stress. The search for a new Baltimore condo should be a thrilling journey and not a hassle. Here at CondoDomain Baltimore you can search for Baltimore condos, Baltimore lofts, tour Baltimore properties, as well as get in contact with a Baltimore condo expert. Through our …

Baltimore Condo Loft Gets Friends

Welcome back to Baltimore CondoLoft. As you can see our website has undergone a major makeover! More refined and easier to navigate, our website is sexier than ever. Let us know what you think and especially if you think you’ve found room for improvement.
We spend most of the time on the Baltimore Condo Loft, and at CondoDomain.com, talking about new home opportunities, neighborhood developments that may influence where you want to live and generally have a lot of information and insight to help you find the best new place to live in …

CondoDomain.com Secures a Significant Private Investment

Bret Violette

The Leading Online Broker for City Real Estate Solidifies Growth Plans by Securing Capital and Adding Industry Leader Bret Violette to the Board of Directors
New York, NY – January 11, 2011 – CondoDomain continues to enhance its value for customers, build its executive team and expand operations. The company just closed a significant private investment round led by angels including several industry leaders including Bret Violet. The company is the leading national real estate broker focusing exclusively on the specific needs of city condominium, loft and townhouse homebuyers with a superior …

Deputy Mayor Resigns, Speculation Emerges

While most people think that the best way to affect change is to move into government, Deputy Mayor Andrew B. Frank appeared to indicate an opposite opinion yesterday: he is leaving his governmental post for a private position with a university.
Baltimore Deputy Mayor for Economic and Neighborhood Development Andrew B. Frank announced his resignation yesterday, along with his intention to leave City Hall mid-May for a advisement job with John Hopkins President Ronald J. Daniels. His new job includes economic development advising, and working on neighborhood revitalization with the East …

Goldseker Grants Money for Community Development

Schoolchildren from BCPS

Media sources were buzzing yesterday with the news that the Goldseker Foundation has granted $435,000 to a select group of Baltimore city schools. However, the grants came with some interesting stipulations: the money must be used in partnership with their surrounding neighborhoods. These joint grants serve to improve not only schools, but the community as a whole.
The Goldseker Foundation intends to build healthy neighborhoods from the inside out by improving educational standards and serving the children of the neighborhoods. Better educational standards raises property values, and the grants are expected …

Mayor Promises No Rise in Baltimore Property Tax

Baltimore Sun photo by Algerina Perna
Brand new Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake addressed the city yesterday in her first state of the city address since her election, as reported by The Daily Record last night. Her mainly economic speech focused on the budget woes of Baltimore (the city has accumulated a $120 million budget deficit). Most notably, she stated that the deficit is in fact equal to a 36-cent raise in the property tax – however, she pledged to avoid raising the property tax in Baltimore, telling City Council that “if we …

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